MA Core Process Psychotherapy ; Life skills Consultant ; Marte Meo licensed therapist;
Dip Applied Social Studies; Candidate for Accreditation with UKCP
(United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapists)
Academic Background: Celine is qualified with an MA in Core Process Psychotherapy
having study at the Karuna Institute in Devon for 4 years which is an affiliate of Middlesex
University Accredited by UKCP; Celine also holds qualifications in Solution Focused
Therapy, Life Skills Consultancy, Non Violent Resistance Intervention (a supportive
programme in resolving family conflict between parents and child).
Celine has CPD trainings specific to Trauma intervention, Domestic Violence, Parenting and
Attachment. Celine is a Qualified Marte Meo Therapist and is an ITEC Holistic Therapist.
Celine’s initial qualification is in Social Studies having Graduated from DIT in 1991. Along
with qualifying as an Adult Educator and Trainer.
Work Experience: Celine has over 25 years’ experience in the statutory and voluntary sectors of social care,
early childhood development, therapeutic interventions and community development in
Ireland and the UK. Celine’s experience includes working with family trauma, physical and
sexual abuse, the impact of addiction and substance misuse, domestic violence, grief,
separation, loss and anxiety, depression, self-harm, identity, pre and peri-natal processes.
Celine has worked supporting adults, parents, children and young people along with
supervising Therapeutic Multi-disciplinary Assessment and Intervention Teams both in
Ireland and the UK. Celine has a private Adult Psychotherapeutic Practise, offering one to
one Core Process Psychotherapy, a mindfulness-based psychotherapy utilising mindful
practise with a humanistic psychodynamic approach.
Underpinning Philosophy: Celine holds a love of and curiosity in life and people and belief in the inherent well-being and potential for change and possibilities for people. Celine’s practice focuses on mind body
interactions and is an embodied psychotherapy. Utilising contemplative practices (i.e.silence,
quieting the mind, self-enquiry, meditation, mindfulness) and embodied enquiry (working on
the felt sense, what is happening within self, and movement) . Through this exploration and
working together in therapy healing and change can take place. Therapy sessions are
designed to explore painful issues in client’s life and to provide understanding and
insight, where change can happen.